Pairs Generating as a Consequence of the Fractal Entropy: Theory and Applications
AbstractIn classical concepts, theoretical models are built assuming that the dynamics of the complex system’s stuctural units occur on continuous and differentiable motion variables. In reality, the dynamics of the natural complex systems are much more complicated. These difficulties can be overcome in a complementary approach, using the fractal concept and the corresponding non-differentiable theoretical model, such as the scale relativity theory or the extended scale relativity theory. Thus, using the last theory, fractal entropy through non-differentiable Lie groups was established and, moreover, the pairs generating mechanisms through fractal entanglement states were explained. Our model has implications in the dynamics of biological structures, in the form of the “chameleon-like” behavior of cholesterol. View Full-Text
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Grigorovici, A.; Bacaita, E.S.; Paun, V.P.; Grecea, C.; Butuc, I.; Agop, M.; Popa, O. Pairs Generating as a Consequence of the Fractal Entropy: Theory and Applications. Entropy 2017, 19, 128.
Grigorovici A, Bacaita ES, Paun VP, Grecea C, Butuc I, Agop M, Popa O. Pairs Generating as a Consequence of the Fractal Entropy: Theory and Applications. Entropy. 2017; 19(3):128.Chicago/Turabian Style
Grigorovici, Alexandru; Bacaita, Elena S.; Paun, Viorel P.; Grecea, Constantin; Butuc, Irina; Agop, Maricel; Popa, Ovidiu. 2017. "Pairs Generating as a Consequence of the Fractal Entropy: Theory and Applications." Entropy 19, no. 3: 128.
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